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Port State control is an internationally agreed program for the inspection of foreign ships in other national ports. With our extensive program of inspection and survey, PSC continues to be a key element in maintaining a safe international marine transport industry.
Number of foreign ships inspected: 260Number of deficiencies found: 711Number of foreign ships detained: 14
Number of Australian ships inspected: 10Number of deficiencies found: 47Number of Australian ships detained: 0
Deficiencies are evidence that the safety management system implemented does not ensure that:
Deficiencies rectified and additional safety management system external verification audit carried out.
Other deficiency rectified.
Deficiencies are evidence that the safety management system implemented does not make sure that:
Safety management system implemented does not ensure that:
Maritime Labour Convention 2006 – Expired seafarers employment agreements, water cleanliness and poor provisions.
Seafarers' employment agreement for Bosun, Chief Cook and Deck Cadet have expired (over one month before inspection).Three out of four engine room fire damper are defective.
Other deficiencies rectified.
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